Kit shops are now open for Standard and Hi-Viz kit.
They’ll close on 10/06/2018.
Allow 6 weeks to manufacture after that. So
expect your kit in late July.
The eshop shows the kit in the Kalas colours but it is made in the stylish Brighton Mitre Livery (obv).
standard kit link
High Viz Kit Link
OK nerdy cyclists here’s a film about time trials – your partners will love it
maybe better to go as a group
TIME TRIAL gives us an exhilarating and terrifying place in the race, providing an immersive experience as close to actually competing as you will ever see on film. David Millar, shrouded in darkness, declares an intention to rise again.
David Millar he’s a bit marmite, respect him, hate him, think he wears strange clothes – either way lets see the film and debate it over a pint in the pub after
It is on at the Duke of Yorks picturehouse at Preston Circus – there are a few pubs nearby
I’m investigating what can be done for a group booking
Yates, Froome, Dumoulin or who? – the Queen stage of the Giro will decide (and decide the winner to the velogame probably)
Join us post ride at 12.30 ish for a beer/coffee/cake at Porteur
Paul Kit Kommandant will be bringing some kit along for us to try for size
If you fancy selling some mitre kit ( because you’ve turned into a racing snake/ racing whale ) bring it down – first ever Mitre
second hand kit sale
Giro Queen stage
Picture from the Grauniad Guardian
A grand day out for Mitre Members
Tarry’s tour of the Isle of Wight
120km plus 2000m climbing Rough Agenda
07:06 Train from hove £16.10
09:00 Ferry from Portsmouth to Fishbourne £16.40 Return ( Small cafe on board )
09:45 get cycling
Coffee stop in Niton
Lunch in Yarmouth
17:00 ferry back
Probably two groups as Phil the organiser was thrown out of the Saga club in Calpe for being too fast.
Southern Fail are yet to confirm trains post their rescheduling of the timetable so things may change
Tarry’s IOW Tour on Strava
Phil Tarry Speedster
The club’s first time trial of the year – the 22.23-mile hardriders event – took place on Sunday 11 March at Poynings.
Results were as follows:
Joel Draper 1:01:01
Simon Dowling 1:02:21
Jonathan Morcombe 1:04:45
Jamie Smith 1:07:48
Kat Avramides 1:08:00 (women’s course record)
Juha Aaltonen 1:09:08
Tomas Navickas 1:10:46
Robin Johnson 1:22:59
A fine win by Joel and his first in this trophy on a reasonable morning but very wet roads. Congratulations also to Kat for setting a new women’s course record.